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Apple Planning to Launch 4 New M2-Powered Macs Next Year: Report

According to reports, Apple will release many new M2-powered Macs by next year.

At this year’s WWDC, Apple introduced its next-generation Apple M2 CPU, which powers two new MacBook models. Apple intends to release additional goods using the new M2 processor, and Mark Gurman has now revealed information about the Cupertino company’s planned M2-powered Mac products.

Timeline for Apple’s M2 Macs

m2-powered macs: Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman writes in his monthly Power On newsletter that Apple is likely to announce new variants of its current M2 processor in the shape of M2 Pro, Ultra, Max, and Extreme. According to Gurman, this will most likely happen in the next months. Furthermore, the business is rumored to be planning the release of various new Mac products powered by existing and forthcoming M2 CPUs.

According to the source, Apple may release a new M2 Mac mini and an M2 Pro Mac mini, as the Brand has long been expected to release a Mac mini model. The M2 Pro and M2 Max chipsets will also be included in Apple’s 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. Furthermore, new Mac Pro versions featuring the M2 Ultra and M2 Extreme CPUs are expected to be unveiled.

Gurman also stated that Apple is already working on the M3 chipset, which is expected to power a new 13-inch MacBook Air model designated J513, a 15-inch MacBook Air (J515), and a new iMac dubbed J433. These goods are expected to be available as early as next year.

M2 AR/MR Headset as well?

Gurman also claims that Apple intends to include its new M2 chipset into its future AR/MR headset. According to the expert, the newest internal iterations of Apple’s much-anticipated headgear utilize the basic version of the M2 CPU with 16GB of RAM. It will also run RealityOS.

Previously, it was announced that Apple’s AR/MR headset will be powered by two CPUs. The Apple AR/ MR headset will be available in shops before next year’s WWDC, according to respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

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